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Inspiring Signs from the Women’s March Following Trump's Inauguration

What Would Rosie Do?

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Rosie the Riveter has a message for the new administration's plan to decrease women's health care access. The end of Planned Parenthood? Not on her watch.

Photo: Kylie Gilbert

Fair Game

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This sign is all about kicking the sports gender pay gap to the curb. Just like the U.S. Women's Soccer team did in April . Score.

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Practice Makes Perfect

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This woman's sign is both a helpful training mantra and a call for women to start taking more positions of power in government. Cue Olivia Pope pep talk.

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Love Is Love

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An important reminder from the nation's capital that love is stronger than hate.

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The Future Is STILL Female

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You've probably heard this phrase a lot in the past few months but actually seeing it is more fun. Ground control to Major Tom—we're on our way to kick some butt.

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Ovary Acting?

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Women have been called overdramatic far too many times, and this pun is as clever as it is relevant.

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Hands Off

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This pink and purple sign speaks for itself. (Need a reminder of the issues? Cecile Richards of Planned Parenthood spoke out about what was at stake.)

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My American Pie

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There's nothing more American than apple pie, right? This woman is determined to protect her slice of it. (And no, you can't have any.)

Photo: Instagram/@kieramcarter

We the People

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This young woman opted to take the simple route and point out an important, oft-forgotten, part of the constitution—it starts with "we." Pretty black and white if you ask us.

Photo: @nycwomensmarch/Instagram

Girl Talk

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Orange is the New Black star Taylor Schilling held a sign that looks inspired by Beyonce's 2014 album and states a fact as vital as the both of them: equal rights first, fun second.

Photo: @nycwomensmarch/Instagram

Take Up Space

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Why shrink when you can shine? This woman opted to push for equality in spatial terms. As her sign so eloquently puts, it's not women's job to stay small. So go big, get loud, and stay that way.

Photo: @_armana_/Instagram

The Future Is Fierce

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So many signs to love in this photo—from the defiant "no!" in the left-hand corner to the "the time is always right to do what's right," in the center. One thing is for sure: these girls are our future, and the future looks badass.

Photo: @surlyspice/Instagram

No, It's Not Just "That Time of the Month"

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The women's march didn't happen because hormonal women were PMS-ing (although, FYI, some of these period symptoms could signal a serious problem all their own), it was about showing the world that women are a force to be reckoned with. Safe to say, mission accomplished.

Photo: @laurenjonesart/Instagram

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